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Managed to get some dead tree sources for notability inclusion. Neil has an essay in The Atheist's Guide to Christmas on the origins of the radio show and podcast, so may cite that too. Skeptic sid (talk) 15:30, 24 October 2009 (UTC)
Radio Choice: The Independent (London, England) November 7, 2008 by Robert Moss
Notable guests: Christopher Hitchens on a local community radio station. Ben Goldacre, Bad Science. Tania Glyde Marcus du Sautoy. James Delingpole. Julian Bagginni. Noam Chomsky. Nick Cohen. Simon Singh. Jon Ronson. Colin Blakemore.
New Humanist Update: Issue #71(22 August 2006)
A chapter in The Atheist's Guide to Christmas. pp. 293–299. ISBN 978-0-00-732261-9.
"Radio catch-up: A Good Read, Resonance FM and Cerys Matthews". The Guardian. October 15, 2009.
"Weekly web trawl: ephemera, anger and smut". The Guardian. February 27, 2007.
"Why blogs are going straight to video". Ben Marshall The Guardian. January 16, 2007
The list is too long vertically - should use more than one column. It should also be shortened, e.g. removing those people who don't have their own article for a start (but even then it's unnecessarily long and probably better presented as prose). Richard001 (talk) 06:12, 4 February 2010 (UTC)
I've shortened the list and added some background to make it viable. I don't think it should get too long, c.f. just writing down the list as below. I've also reverted an edit which removes the iTunes reference. I think it is important it's used as a guide to popularity, unless someone can think of another way of gauging the popularity of a podcast via a "unbiased" way? 188.8.131.52 (talk) 15:39, 11 September 2011 (UTC)
Past guests include a number of culturally significant guests: